Sapoticaba Fruit Plant (Chrysophyllum cuneifolium)
Botanical Name: Chrysophyllum cuneifolium
Rare evergreen tree from the Sapotaceae family, Native to S-Tropical America, Spectacular cauliflorous and ramiflorous tree, fruiting from ground level to branches.
Starts to flower when the tree is only a few meters tall, Fully covered with yellow to orange fruits during the season.
Fruits are up to 5 cm in diameter with 1 to 5 seeds. The translucent pulp surrounding the seeds is sweet and delicious.
Great source of micronutrients and minerals
Contains calcium, phosphorus, and potassium
These minerals contribute to electrolyte balance, brain signal transmission, and the development of strong bones and teeth
Bloom Time/Fruiting: 2 to 3 Years
Maintenance Required: Moderate